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LA Representative McAllister apologizes for cheating on wife

A Louisiana republican is apologizing after a newspaper published video which appears to show him in an extramarital kiss.

Two GM SUVs top new safety ranking

General Motors is having a bad year. But the automaker got some good news on Tuesday when two GM SUVs earned top ratings in a new crash test.

Married congressman 'sorry' after seen kissing staffer in video

Newly elected Rep. Vance McAllister asked for forgiveness from God, his family and his constituents after a local newspaper published what it said was surveillance video of the married Louisiana Republican making out with a female staffer.

Prosecutor files new charges against IN man who stole, sol brains

Indianapolis, IN (WXIN) -- A man accused of stealing brains from the Indiana Medical History Museum and selling them online now faces additional charges.

TX woman complains to police about bad 'weed'

Lufkin, TX (KETK) -- An East Woman found herself behind bars Thursday after calling Lufkin authorities to complain about bad "weed."

New lead now puts missing Flight 370 1K miles northwest of Perth, Australia

Crews searching for the missing Malaysian airliner are zeroing in on an area where a high-tech pinger detected two audio signals. Officials say it could take days before they can confirm whether the signals came from the plane.

Judge says Chris Brown can't drop D.C. assault charge

  Chris Brown's lawyer failed to convince a judge that his assault charge in Washington should be dropped because of prosecutors' misconduct.

Remembering Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney

From child star to one of the biggest names in the history of the silver screen, Mickey Rooney was a true Hollywood legend. He died Sunday at age 93.

How much money does the NCAA make from college basketball?

Four letters, hundreds of millions of dollars, and a major influence on a massively popular sports industry. The business of the NCAA is thriving. But is it sustainable?

Dancer returns to stage after losing leg in Boston Marathon bombings

Adrianne Haslet-Davis' life as a dancer was shattered last year at the Boston Marathon bombings. She and her husband Adam, who had just returned from a tour in Afghanistan with the Air Force, were steps away from the second blast.